IDF forces mapped out the house of Hassan Suliman Qatnani, one of the terrorists who carried out the April 7th shooting attack outside of the town of Hamra in the Jordan Valley in which Lucy, Maia, and Rina Dee were murdered.
An army engineering team laid the groundwork for the home's demolition during an operation overnight (Tuesday) in the Askar refugee camp in the city of Shechem (Nablus).
During the operation, Arab rioters hurled stones and explosives at Israeli security personnel, who responded with crowd dispersal techniques.
IDF forces opened fire at a terrorist who threw a Molotov cocktail and explosives during the operation, resulting in a confirmed hit, an army spokesperson said.
In another operation in Shechem (Nablus) overnight, a separate IDF engineering team mapped out the home of Hassan Baseem, who orchestrated the attack in which St. Sgt. Ido Baruch was murdered.
As the IDF forces mapped out the home in preparation for its demolition, rioters attack the security personnel deployed to the area with stones and explosives. Israeli soldiers responded with crowd dispersal measures.
On Monday, the head of the IDF Central Command on Monday signed a demolition order for the home of Abd al-Fattah Hussein Ibrahim Gharusha, the terrorist who carried out the shooting attack in Huwara, in which brothers Hallel and Yagel Yaniv were murdered.
The order was issued after an appeal filed by the terrorist's family was rejected.